El fotógrafo de Mauthausen

2018

Biography / Drama / History / Thriller / War

15
IMDb Rating 6.7 10 4085

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Richard van Weyden as Paul Ricken
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1hr 50 min
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Reviewed by mernie-29747 10 / 10

A must see telling the true story of Francisco Boix.

The Photographer Of Mauthausen is a must see telling the story of Francisco Boix. A true story of life in a Nazi concentration camp where the evil Germans sent Political opponents & groups labelled as criminal or antisocial imprisoned there & forced to work in the granite quarries. Francisco as a prisoner he had a job as a Photographer to record life on a daily basis for the enjoyment of the germans, these photographs showed every atrocity,crimes , executions that took place. He smuggled the negatives out with the help of his friends so the world would know the truth. The acting is fantastic , the story is real and will bring a tear to a stone.

Reviewed by sallytyro 10 / 10

Horrifying and gripping

I don't understand some of the low scores and comments on it being unengaging and hard to empathise/connect with the characters.

I was gripped from the start and was with the characters all the way. It was horrifying and at points edge of your seat. I was also really struck by the end titles, which showed some of the original photographs that were eventually rescued from destruction. You could tell that a lot of research had gone into the film, to get the staging of these photographs right.

It's a story that I knew nothing about and I'm glad it's been told. Would definitely recommend this film.

Reviewed by amodsandeepa 9 / 10

An extremely underrated film. A must watch.

A film that brilliantly portays the true horrors committed by the Nazis and how the victims fought back. The filmography is quite elegant and so was the acting. The 6.5 rating(at the time of writing) is quite an understatement.

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